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The Power of Papahānaumokuākea

A Marine National Monument that Protects the Known...and Unknown

Nestled in the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands is Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument, a nearly 140,000 square mile marine protected area. Within Papahānaumokuākea marine life flourishes and new species are frequently found. An abundance of information can be learned by studying the environment of this remote, protected site, which is an outstanding example of a marine protected … Continue reading The Power of Papahānaumokuākea

Dive Right In: A Summer Reading List from Marine Conservation Institute

Summer is here and at the start of each new day, the sun shines brilliantly upon vibrant mountainsides and sparkling shores. With such warm and welcoming weather, many of us hope to spend a lot of time outside. Whether you plan to head toward the coast or embark on a hike to high elevations, having … Continue reading Dive Right In: A Summer Reading List from Marine Conservation Institute